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Albany House Bed & Breakfast and more

Escape to a comfortable country retreat surrounded by large shade trees, gardens, and quiet places to relax. Albany House was built in 1908, after the Victorian Age but still boasts classic oak and cherry woodwork, pocket doors, and fireplaces.

Accommodations

Bedrooms at Albany House have private baths, king or queen-sized beds, and comfortable chairs for relaxing. The Main Bedroom is perfect for a romantic weekend with a king bed and a fireplace. The Eagle's Nest two-bedroom suite is ideal for two couples or a family, with a television, refrigerator, fireplace, coffee bar and a table for games or writing. Visit our accommodations page for more details.

Breakfast

At Albany House, mornings start with a great breakfast served in the dining room.  Coffee, tea and hot chocolate are available an hour before. Relax on the front porch of our Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast or in the winter lounge in front of a cozy fire in the living room while you read the paper or plan your day full of things to do in Albany and Green County.
 

Explore Green County, Wisconsin


After breakfast, head out to explore Green County, Wisconsin.  Outdoor activities include tubing on the Sugar River, biking on the Sugar River Trail, and hiking on the Ice Age Trail or in New Glarus Woods State Park.  Green County is the heart of Wisconsin cheese country with cheese stores located all over the county.  And it is the home of two great breweries, New Glarus brewery in New Glarus and Minhas in Monroe.  Both offer brewery tours. 

Shop in Amish Country

For shopping check out the square in Monroe, New Glarus, or the small but surprising town of Paoli.  Our Amish community has a bakery, a dry goods store, and a furniture store only a short distance from Albany.  Or take the Quilt Tour locating dozens of quilts on barns in the area. In the foyer at Albany House we keep an extensive supply of maps and brochures.  The Green County web site, www.greencounty.org is a great source for more information.

Experience Fine Dining in Southern Wisconsin

Finally, end the day with a good meal at one of our many fine restaurants in the area.  A binder of menus is available and we can help you with reservations.